Dierks Bentley, though some may now know him as Douglas Douglason, rocked the stage in his hilarious 90’s cover band, Hot Country Knights. Dierks, or should we say Douglas, took the stage in Nashville, along with his band and performed 90’s hits such as Alan Jackson’s “Chattahoochee“, Mark Chesnutt’s “Going Through The Big D“, John Michael Montgomery’s “Be My Baby Tonight”, Sawyer Brown’s “Some Girls Do” and Clay Walker’s “Dreaming With My Eyes Wide Open”.
Dierks was sporting a blonde mullet wig, cheesy sun glasses, and a bright red and blue tank top tucked into his jeans during this blast from the past. Several other country stars joined in on the madness, including Randy Houser, Kip Moore, Charles Kelley, and even country music’s favorite bad girl, Miranda Lambert, or should we say, Shelby Shelton. Dierks “Douglas” read a hilarious note aloud to the audience from Miranda, or “Shelby”: “My dream in life is to sing one song with sexy, Big Rhythm Doug Douglason.” That’s just too good.
“Shelby Shelton”, clad in a black leather jacket and bandana, proceeded to perform Shania Twain’s hit song, “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?” Check it out.
Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley joined in as Ronnie Bunn and made his mark in the 90’s country scene performing Brooks & Dunn’s “My Maria”. Nice shirt!Also, check out Randy Houser, as Dallas Houston, in an extremely curly wig. He tweeted about this comical event.
— Randy Houser (@RandyHouser) February 26, 2015
This whole thing just looked way too entertaining to be real. Gotta love country music!
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